We have settled into a weather pattern that will keep cold air carved over the Northeast, while ushering a few different Clipper storms through the Mid-Atlantic. Each one of these storms will bring a round of light snow or snow showers. By nature, these are not big storms and don’t have a lot of moisture but they will leave a small accumulation ranging from a coating to 1″ – maybe even 2″ if a burst comes down heavy enough.
Some light snow or snow showers is possible right into the first half of Sunday before we are through with this current Clipper. Then, we will get a break with some clearing Sunday night into Monday before the next one arrives. Clouds will be back on the increase Monday, followed by some light snow or snow showers continuing into Tuesday. Again, leaving a small accumulation. That one will try to pull away Wednesday, but some flurries could linger with the cold air getting reinforced.
Thursday will feature another break in our weather pattern before a new storm arrives at the end of the week. The late-week storm will be a different story. It will try to come up more from the southwest and may have more moisture with it. We will keep an eye on this one for you. Temperatures will get back up to near the normal of 42 degrees on Thursday before the next storm.